EPISODE 91 – what child likes winegums?


Hello dears,

We’ve been having a bit of a spruce-up around here, and have added a load of new games and jigsaws to our Timewasting page. So get over there and waste some time! That which you have not already squandered on Answer Me This! Episode 91:

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Up for discussion this week are:

Gloria Hunniford
Latin turnips
Sweeney Todd
Vidal Sassoon
Church’s Shoes
Disney’s Californian Adventure vs. Seaworld
Humpty Dumpty on your face
Harry Tate
the hormones of 15-year-olds
Matthew Crosby’s testicles.

Plus: Olly explains his sinister methods for succeeding at Jenga; Helen reveals the kind of giddy fun that made her childhood parties the talk of Tunbridge Wells; and Martin the Sound Man tells soap operas to buzz off. Or similar. And if you’ve got something you want Martin to slag off, or just a QUESTION for us, get in touch: call us on 0208 123 5877, Skype us at answermethis, email us at answermethispodcast@googlemail.com, or send your carrier pigeons to Crystal Palace and pray they can sniff us out.

We also hope you enjoy this week’s new jingle by Wilbur Sargunaraj; if so, amusing treats await you at his website www.wilbur.asia, and you may also be tickled by his Blog Song:

See you next week!

Helen and Olly

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